The English gabled manor house perched atop Mt. Adams serves from a casual, rustic menu: most of the two-dozen plates are reminiscent of Sunday family suppers, some of the slow-and-low ilk, and a clutch of pampered bar food or twists on nostalgia. The large plates are more honest than exhilarating—a Hanger steak with potato risotto and chicken confit, beer battered haddock with citrus herb mayo, roasted chicken atop red wine risotto—but you should really try a sandwich. A sandwich? Before you prepare to be unimpressed, take note: Foccacia embraces a thin slab of braised pork belly layered with applewood smoked bacon, fontina, pickled red onion, watercress, a schmear of mayo, and a fried egg. It is The One.
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